Tom Slater, Nathan Walters, Damien Wyatt, Darren Pearl, Christian Bowdy and Chris Jones also went over in the latest win that followed handsome victories over UWIC (64-13) and Fleur De Lys (40-0).
Those results have been crowned with a remarkable 24 tries as Beddau slip through the gears to move up the table as present a late challenge on leaders Bonymaen.
Coach Brett Davey said: "It's all about the players enjoying themselves and playing entertaining rugby. We've got a very young team full of talent and we don't want them too be inhibitted in their approach to the game.
"We've given the boys a fredom to go out there and express themselves. I don't mind if they make mistakes. At least that means that they have had the coourage to take a decision and gone for it.
"If it's wrong then they will learn from it rather than just sticking to the same formula all the time. We have young lads who are prepared to work and want to play and that's paying dividends on the dry surfaces at this time of year."
Meanwhile leaders Bonymaen stayed in pole position with a 39-14 win at Waunarlwydd where outside-half Gareth James grabbed two of their five tries. Adrian Killa, Daryl Williams and Dai Albson grabbed the others.
Second-placed Newbridge had to come from behind to overcome Merthyr at the Welfare Ground. Prolific flanker Chris James scored for the third successive game as Newbridge overcame a 9-6 half-time deficit.
UWIC slumped to a second heavy defeat of the week when Blackwood ran out 44-10 victors tthanks to a hat-trick of tries from wing David Jones. Full-back Rob Smith got two more in the eight-try demolition.
Whitland's Gary Evans scored twice in their 36-10 win over Llanharan, Builth Wells ran in six tries in their crushing 45-11 victory at Fleur De Lys while Llangenech went one better with seven against Cwmllynfell.